The 2016 State of Reconciliation in Australia report celebrates a quarter of a century of formal reconciliation and the work of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation and makes an important contribution to the national conversation about modern Australia’s potential to reconcile fundamental and unresolved wounds that diminish Australia’s collective sense of nationhood.
The report weaves 25 years of modern Australian history into a compelling narrative and injects sharp and insightful commentary and analysis about how far we have come as a nation, and the continued challenges that we face on the reconciliation journey.
The State of Reconciliation in Australia full-report File Size: 2 MB
The State of Reconciliation in Australia summary report File Size: 493 KB
The State of Reconciliation in Australia Discussion Guide File Size: 3 MB